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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Arbitration / Mediation Law and Securities Law for North Carolina on

Q: I'm searching for a NC attorney who can review a financial services consulting agreement.

Review and advise on an IAR agreement.

Timur Akpinar answered on Jan 25, 2019

You could contact the North Carolina Bar Association for assistance. They have an attorney referral service.

Tim Akpinar

2 Answers | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law and Child Custody for North Carolina on

Q: Which would be better for me... I truly can’t afford a lawyer but I want to see my child. mediation or other?

I am currently struggling to see my child. The other parent makes to many hoops and I jump but still nothing. I can afford a lawyer at the time. I was curious as to going about filing for mediation. I just want my rights as a father to see my child. Nothing out of way or anything like that. I do... Read more »

Kelli Y Allen answered on Jan 22, 2019

Mediation can be very effective. I recommend trying mediation as early in the process as possible, as you can save a lot of time and money if it works. You don't indicate whether there has been a court filing yet, but if so, the judge will actually order mediation. If a court case has not been... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law and Divorce for North Carolina on

Q: My wife filed for Absolute Divorce & won by lying about date of separation. 2 mos, not 1 yr sepatn. Anyway I can reopen?

I have police reports, witnesses, pictures, and other paperwork proving that we were still together until 2 months before she filed for the divorce. She won the case because I was sickly during the time she sent papers, I just started a job 2 months before and didn't realize she was actually... Read more »

Amanda Bowden Houser answered on Nov 30, 2016

First things first - you don't 'win' a divorce and there is no such thing as 'legal separation papers'. That said, if she lied about the separation date, she can be in a heap of trouble as she may be charged with perjury and you may be able to get the divorce set aside. However, being 'sickly'... Read more »

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